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Coral-Diaz A. M. (2020). Los daños de reconocimiento secundario en el contexto de conflictos sociopolíticos: tres factores para su exclusión del discurso jurídico de justicia Transicional. Novum Jus, 14(2), 85-101. https://doi.org/10.14718/NovumJus.2020.14.2.4

Resumen

Este trabajo busca explicar la razón por la cual desde la academia feminista se ha dicho que el
discurso jurídico de justicia transicional no ha reconocido la totalidad de los daños experimentados
por las mujeres en el contexto de los conflictos sociopolíticos. Para ello, se analizarán tres factores
responsables desde el derecho internacional y la construcción occidental del cuerpo femenino
como uno dualista y esencialista. A partir de esta argumentación se establecerá que los daños no
reconocidos usualmente por ese decurso jurídico son “daños de reconocimiento secundario”, pues
no forman parte de las figuras jurídicas típicas y los discursos que anteceden a la experiencia misma.

 

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